Entertainment highlights during the week of Aug. 26-Sept. 1:

1961: Motown released its first No. 1 hit, ''Please Mr. Postman'' by The Marvelettes.

1968: The Beatles released ''Hey Jude'' as a single.

1974: The last episode of ''The Brady Bunch'' aired on ABC.

1982: Actress Ingrid Bergman died of cancer.

1987: The album ''Bad'' by Michael Jackson was released in North America. It was the long-awaited follow-up to ''Thriller.''

1990: Garth Brooks released his album ''No Fences.''

1991: Randy Newman won an Emmy Award for writing music for the TV show ''Cop Rock.''

1993: ''Late Show with David Letterman'' made its debut on CBS, after moving his show from NBC.

1994: R. Kelly married Aaliyah in Rosemont, Ill. He was 25, but she was 15 - a year under the state legal age for marriage. The marriage was later annulled.

1995: James Taylor and ex-wife Carly Simon reunited for their first concert together in 16 years, on Martha's Vineyard, Mass.

2002: Actress Sarah Michelle Gellar married actor Freddie Prinze Jr. in Mexico.

2003: The MTV Video Music Awards opened with a performance by Madonna in which she kissed Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera full on their mouths.

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